I just dropped a correct song and no one is talking about it; if it was a diss, I’d be trending – Sista Afia

Sista Afia

Female singer Sista Afia has put her frustration to bare after Ghanaians decided to ignore her latest single “Street”; something which they did not do to her diss songs to fellow female musicians Eno Barony and Freda Rhymz.

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She stated that “Street” which she released on Tuesday has not been given as much attention as compared to the kind of attention her beef songs received.

According to her, Ghanaians rather prefer diss songs than good music as they have been criticizing her beef with Eno Barony outwardly, but really loved it more than “Tupac and Biggie’s” beef.

Sista Afia took to twitter to write; “As I drop correct song wey no be diss, nobody dey make noise about am. Make I drop some hardcore rap riiiight now, u ppl go dey my time line top dey talk plenty. U do like u no dey like the way I dey beef but deep down u dey enjoy am pass 2pac and Biggie own”.

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Today, Sista Afia has commiserated with family of late Prophet Apraku. On twitter, she stated that Ghanaians should learn to appreciate people when they are alive.

Her tweet reads; “This thing is really sad. Few days ago ppl were just shaming him on social media. Few hours ago he is gone like he never existed. We need to learn how to appreciate the living, not wait for them to die before we share love and memories. RIP Apreku, may God keep you well”.

See his tweet below…



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